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Contract Employee
A person who has signed a contract of employment which outlines the rules and that the person has agreed to fulfil if they sign.
Contract of Employment
An agreement between employer and employee which is signed by both parties and may be binding in law.


Contract Employee -- Where you work for one organization (and its salary and benefit structure) that sells your services to another company on a project or time basis. Compare to freelancer.

Contract Employee
This is an employee hired to the employer by an employment agency to an organization, or obtains a job personally, on a fixed term or conditions. A contract employee is usually hired on a daily basis or for the length of a particular project.

The Contract Employee's Handbook
A useful, free resource for technical and professional independent contractors, by James R. Ziegler, Ph.D. Topics range from getting started to legal issues.

Consider using contract employees on an hourly rate when needed rather than hiring staff and incurring expenses for salary and benefits, as well as responsibility for their financial security. Even though he's your best buddy, do you really need an IT specialist on your payroll at this time?

Examples include contract employees at the end of their agreement, retirement and forced resignation. Mutual agreement does not necessarily mean that both parties are happy with the arrangement. It just means that they have formally agreed to stipulations for a separation.

Temp-to-hire employees are finding work as administrative assistants, customer service representatives, marketing managers and also as accountants, project managers, and even doctors and attorneys. They are more mature and well-educated and are working as temporary and contract employees because it ...

See also: See also: Employee, Job, Career, Employer, Resume

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